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eBook The Rincon Del Tigre Ignaeous Complex: A Major Layered Ultramafic-Mafic Intrusion of Proterozoic Age in the Precambrian Shield of Eastern Bolivia (Overseas Geology Mineral Resources) ePub

by R.N. Annells

  • ISBN: 0118844202
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  • Author: R.N. Annells
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stationery Office Books (December 31, 1986)
  • Pages: 63
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layered ultramafic-mafic intrusion of Proterozoic age in the Precambrian shield of eastern Bolivia. Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources Memoir no. 63. iv + 63 pp. + map in folder.

The Rincon del Tigre Igneous Complex: a major layered ultramafic-mafic intrusion of Proterozoic age in the Precambrian shield of eastern Bolivia. Price £1. 0 (paperback). Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views. Abstract views reflect the number of visits to the article landing page.

PDF ¶Gabbro Akarem is a Late-Precambrian mafic-ultramafic intrusion located along a major fracture zone trending NE-SW in the Eastern Desert of Egypt. It intruded low-grade metasedimentary rocks, and has a contact metamorphic aureole a few meters wide. Gabbro Akarem is a Late-Precambrian mafic-ultramafic intrusion located along a major fracture zone trending NE-SW in the Eastern Desert of Egypt.

Prendergast MD (2000) Layering and precious metals mineralization in the Rincón del Tigre Complex, Eastern Bolivia. Econ Geol 95:113–130CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Priem HNA, Boelrijk NAIM, Verschure RH, Hebeda EH (1968) Isotopic age determinations on Surinam rocks, 3. Proterozoic and Permo-Triassic basalt magmatism in the Guiana Shield.

1986, The Rincón del Tigre Igneous Complex: A major layered ultramafic-mafic intrusion of Proterozoic age in the Precambrian shield of eastern Bolivia: Overseas Geology and Mineral Resources 63, British Geological Survey, 63 p. Armstrong, . Compston, . de Wit, . 1990, The stratigraphy of the . -3. 2 Ga Barberton greenstone belt revisited: A single zircon ion microprobe study: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v. 101, p. 90-106.

The Rincón del Tigre Igenous Complex: a major layered ultramafic-mafic intrusion of Proterozoic age in the Precambrian shield of eastern Bolivia. I: Geology and mineral potential. R. N. Annels, C. J. Fletcher, Camille Burton, Richard B. Evans. Satellite subsea completions with flowline connections to existing shallow water production facilities have proven to be an economical means of developing reserves in deep waters in the Gulf o. More).

del Tigre igneous complex: A major leayered ultramafic-mafic intrusion of Proterozoic age in the Precambrian shield of eastern Bolivia. and Zerain, . 1985, The La Bella pegmatite field: Santa Cruz, Bolivia, Informe No. 22.

Major subdivisions of the Precambrian System. There are several very important layered, mafic to ultramafic intrusions of Proterozoic age that were formed by the accumulation of crystals in large magma chambers

Major subdivisions of the Precambrian System. Oldest minerals and rocks. Significant geologic events. There are several very important layered, mafic to ultramafic intrusions of Proterozoic age that were formed by the accumulation of crystals in large magma chambers. The well-known ones are several tens or even hundreds of kilometres across, have a dikelike or sheetlike (stratiform) shape, and contain major economic mineral deposits. The largest and most famous is the Bushveld Complex in South Africa, which is 9 km (. miles) thick and covers an area of 66,000 square km (about 25,500 square miles).

We conducted petrological and mineral chemistry investigations of Cr-spinel in ultramafic rocks of the Yanmenguan mafic–ultramafic complex in the .

We conducted petrological and mineral chemistry investigations of Cr-spinel in ultramafic rocks of the Yanmenguan mafic–ultramafic complex in the North China Craton. The North China Craton is traditionally divided into two major continental blocks, the Western and Eastern Blocks, which are separated by a collision zone referred to as the Trans-North China Orogen (TNCO), and are composed of TTG (tonalite–trondhjemite–granodiorite) gneisses and granite–greenstone belts (Figure 1a). The Hengshan–Wutai–Fuping area located in the central segment of this orogen is identified as an extensive exposure in the NCC (Figure 1b).